Bullet Fired Into Ipswich Home

IPSWICH (CBS) – Police are still searching for suspects and more clues into a house shooting in Ipswich.

So far, Ipswich police are still stumped as to who fired a .22-caliber bullet into a house on Mile Lane on Tuesday night.

Sometime after 10:30 p.m., a woman was upstairs brushing her teeth when she heard a loud bang. She ran downstairs and saw a hole in the wall of her house.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Mark Katic reports.

She looked outside and saw a dark, mid-size sedan pull away.

Police said the bullet entered the home about 15 feet off the ground, crossed a living area into a hall closet.

Officers have recovered the shell, but otherwise are not commenting on the case or releasing the 911 tape.


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